Location : Contra Costa County, California
Surface Area : 10 acres
Surface Elevation : 794 ft
Hours : Open 24 Hours
Lifeguard Hours: 11 am - 6 pm
Admission : Child: $2.50 age
Adult: $3.50 age
Seniors & Specially Abled: $2.50
Named after the Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza, Lake Anza is a man-made reservoir in Tilden Regional Park of Berkeley Hills, California. Constructed in 1938, the lake stretches over a surface area of ten acres with its primary outflows as Wildcat Creek. The freshwater lake along with the sandy beach is a retreat in nature making it an excellent spot for picnicking, water recreational activities and hiking up through the Lake Anza Trail.
Swimming is restricted to a certain area along the beach and is open from May to September with lifeguards on duty. The dog-friendly lake area is also equipped with spacious parking lots, bathhouses, changing rooms, cold water showers and food stands with ice cream, hot dogs, and snacks.
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